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Flacco rallies Jets to stunning 31-30 comeback over Browns

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Flacco rallies Jets to stunning 31-30 comeback over Browns

"The jet storm back from a two touchdown deficit after the two minute warning to beat the browns 31 30 Joe Flacco's 15 yard scoring pass to Garrett Wilson and Greg swore lines extra point put New York ahead with 22 seconds remaining We kind of meticulously went down the field and when we got our opportunity we took it and capitalized Flacco also hit Corey Davis for a 66 yard score with one 22 left before the jets recovered the onside kick Flacco was 26 of 44 for 307 yards and four touchdowns Nick Chubb had three scoring runs for the browns but cade York missed an extra point that would have put Cleveland ahead by 14 with one 55 to play I'm Dave ferry

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"greg swore" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"greg swore" Discussed on Front Burner

"Okay so so. In june two thousand nineteen police arrest greg. And he's charged with one count of first degree murder and causing dignity to a body. But shortly after i want to stress. How how unusual this is you. You do get to interview greg in jail. And what does he say to you about how he felt about sherri well. He tells us that he loved sherry and that he would never have harmed her or hurt her. And it's it. He actually repeats that as a line many times throughout the interview that he loved her and we would never heard her. So you know. I feel depressed because they said still love. My wife and i would do anything to hurt her when we ask him about the assault charge. He says he doesn't remember much about it. But he says that sherry in his recollection sherri came at him. I never resulted jerry. I remember one time she pushed about. I never threatened her. I did push your book your self-defense. But okay and i guess. I think it gets a little bit messy here right. So so what does greg have to say about how. The police investigated him. Yes we learned through this interview that he was arrested as a result of a really lengthy and complicated undercover police operation. And that's code and mr big sting. Sorry mister big thing is when police poises criminals they pretend to be in this fictitious criminal organization and then they befriend the target and welcome them into that group which is sort of an organized crime or appears to be an organized crime group. Something like what you know the mall in the movies. This happens over a period of months. They will often fly Their suspect all over the country to participate in these fake crimes. So that the suspect will feel that it's real and the goal is to build trust and in the end. Get a confession In a final meeting with mr big who is the boss of this fake crime group during the podcast. We spoke to a defense lawyer. Brian pfefferle mister. Big will usually try to say. I can cover this crime up for you but you need to give me the details that we need to be able to eliminate the evidence. So where could your dna have been. And we'll we'll make sure we can deal with it. Hey ran through some of the reasons. It's method is controversial. He's actually worked on mr big cases himself as a defense lawyer. And there are instances of historically leading to false confessions are some of the criticism is that it can tug vulnerable people people with addictions with financial problems. It's also been argued that mr big himself this character the mob boss can be intimidating and that it is a high pressure situation to put the target in so in order to make a voluntary confession and have it admitted in court that needs to be made of your free will as a person and that's been defined by our court system as saying there haven't been any threats or promises made to you and there haven't been any oppressive circumstances. The problem with mister bigs at their core is that they're based on exactly those things and so. What do we know if anything about how. This played out in relation to to greg's case. Yes so we don't know all the details yet. He says that he confessed to the undercover police. According to the place he told them that he shot cherry at the gravel. Pit shot her twice and killed her that he raped her ordering top. And use the payload that was already at the pit To lord her into his truck and then dumped her body in the bush Somewhere in the area Between saskatoon and the gravel pit and kenniston he. He now says that that he only did that because he was afraid of the undercover police that he was Intimidated when he did take the undercover cops to This bush location where he said he dumped her. They didn't actually find anything to take them. Summers no there was no water defined. Because i made it up redo a room. Controlled went through some bushes and find plenty to say ball. Says i can't remember everything. Kill those irt. And he says part of the reason he confessed was because there was this character that he knew as someone could clean cleanup guy who we clean up after violent crimes so he said that that person it made him think that he was the only person who is there to clean up so he needed to to say what the undercover police wanted him to the cost of a bunch of money. Because you're looking into me other than nobody's about but nice seen mike their cleanup guy. So that's when i started. I got worried for my safety. Okay so now greg's trial. I know it was originally set for march of this year but literally three days before the trial starts it gets delayed because of kovin and greg hostile. Wait another six months in jail. Also this time. I know i know one of our colleagues gets to speak with the guy who surprisingly asked for this delay. That's greg swear. And he's an interesting character himself. So what can you tell me about him. His name is morris batna. He's been a lawyer for almost fifty years and he has a pretty colorful history and saskatchewan. Hey told us that he's worked on between fifty and one hundred homicide cases. He's defended the hells angels. He's worked on major drug cases but before that he was a member of parliament for the liberals in the ninety s. Now he's seventy two years old and he says that this is his last case his lost big case that he's ever been a jury. Okay what does bodmer have to say about whether he trusts greg his his own client. Yeah i mean he says the greg lies that he is an unpleasant person when he drinks. I don't trust and believe. Greg told me that it's sunny outside. Today i would go to the window and check at myself because there are so many examples in the disclosure to he's untruthful and his kids even say that lies but he says that. That just doesn't mean that. Greg queued anyone in that. People should remember that just because he's a person that's not a nice person that may be obnoxious may be violent at times etc. This many killed anyone. And unfortunately i think that's the attempt by the crown is the show. Will he such a bad apple therefore he must be guilty of getting rid of her. I understand to. Greg has talked about memory lois as well. Can you tell me about that. Yes it will be met. Greg are in jail when we interviewed him there. He told us that he had had a full during the Mister big thing. So when the sting was still in inaction in motion greg fell. He fell on the steps on the ice and hit a serious injury and he ended up in hospital and he tells us he now has memory loss as a result of that full and that the undercover police came to him after that full and came to see him in hospital insured him photographs of them together prior to the fall to show you that they knew each other because he said he had his memory loss and we now know that the police have actually had to redo some of their mr big scenarios because of that memory loss and now actually the ones who cold the ambulance to despite greg's protests they they call the.

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